Ben Sargent’s Loon Star State: Attorney General Ken Paxton has opted to play the part of culture warrior rather than the state’s top legal authority.
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The Texas Legislature has a new approach to ethics: Leave it to the locals!
At Michael Quinn Sullivan’s formal hearing before the Texas Ethics Commission, the man that seemingly never stops talking refused to talk.
Conservative dark money kingmaker Michael Quinn Sullivan’s war against the Texas Ethics Commission faced another setback today.
For years, Michael Quinn Sullivan has used his talents to shape Texas politics—but confronted by the Ethics Commission on two fronts, is his power in decline?
A sunset bill for the Texas Ethics Commission tentatively passed through the House Monday evening, with a few ethics reform bills tacked on as amendments.
In the words of Fred Lewis, the Texas Ethics Commission is not just toothless, but gumless—a shell agency that makes a mockery of good government.